For the Canadian economy, I can't quote specifics. I looked at a document yesterday, which was somewhat dated. What was interesting was the decline in licences in Canadian provinces. I'm going to generalize here, and I apologize, but it was a pretty lengthy document. It was a federal document, by the way. It quoted data from 2004 to 2008. I think it was written in about 2010. What was interesting was that the decline of licences in Canada was somewhat offset by the increase in tourism by Americans and Europeans coming for hunting services.
John could probably add to this. He heads up our outdoor services department, which provides hunting trips, fishing trips, and so on, in Canada. From a tourism perspective, this has greatly helped what we call outfitters, hunting guides, fishing resorts, etc. We have seven stores and two more coming. We sell hunting, fishing, and camping gear. Obviously, from a retail perspective, it adds to the Canadian economy. From a pure tourism perspective, from a pure cross-border perspective, I can't quote numbers, but from what I saw in the federal document, it was quite an extensive contribution.